A Study of the Evolution of the Malay Language: Social Change and Cognitive Development
NUS Press, 1990 - 161 páginas
This book should be of immense interest to students of language in general. Whether they are studying the Malay language in change or researching on the relationship between language and cognition or indeed delving into aspects of historical and anthropological linguistics, this book promises to offer many valuable insights. Throughout the hook, there is an attempt to relate linguistic theory to the pragmatics of language development.
Opinião das pessoas - Escrever uma crítica
Não foram encontradas quaisquer críticas nos locais habituais.
LANGUAGE AS LINGUA MENTALIS
MALAY COGNITION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
PLANNING THE COGNITIVE SYSTEM
MALAY AS AN EVOLVING COGNITIVE SYSTEM
Outras edições - Ver tudo
accepted according achieve activities Arabic areas aspect associated attempt basic become belief century certain character characteristics cognitive elements cognitive system colonial communication concepts concerned connotative constitute constructed contrast cultural denoting determined differentiation direct discourse domains doubt earlier economy effect elements English equivalent essentially example exemplified existence expression fact Finally function given Hikayat Hindu-Buddhist human Ibid ideas identified implies important influence institutions Islamic knowledge latter linguistic categories Malay language Malay society meaning mode Muslim names nature objects origins particular past period person pertaining physical political possible practice Press principles problem question reality reference regarded religious represented result rules rural scientific seen semantic sense social society speakers specific speech stress structure suggested theory thought tradition underlying understanding understood University usage values various Vide Whorf words